The Health Condition Development Model of the Students in the Small-Sized Primary Schools

Author: Samrit Somnam; Amnart Chanawong
Language: Thai
Published: 2019
Source: Directory of Open Access Journals: DOAJ Articles
Online Access: https://edu.msu.ac.th/journal/home/journal_file/600.pdf
https://doaj.org/toc/1905-9922
https://doaj.org/toc/1905-9922
https://doaj.org/article/005ce04d37214979ac67643b3c9b94c2
Identification number: ftdoajarticles:oai:doaj.org/article:005ce04d37214979ac67643b3c9b94c2

Summary

This research aimed to: 1) study the factors and indicators for the health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools, 2) study the current conditions and problemsand the desired health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools. The research procedures included 2 phases composing of Phase 1: the study on the factors and indicators for the health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools, Phase 2: studying the current conditions and problemsand desired health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools. The instruments for collecting the data consisted of the questionnaires, Evaluation form and interview forms. The statistics for the data analysis covered the mean, standard deviation, percentage and the content analysis. The research findings revealed that: 1. The factors and indicators for the health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools included 4 factors within 42 indicators. 2. The current conditions and problemsand the desired health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools revealed that: 2.1 The current conditions and problemsin the health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools implied that most families were rather poor and gained few incomes ; the students did not live with parents but with grandparents or cousins brought the students to lack enough care affecting to the poor welfare ; the guardians did not promote them in studying, the students lacked caring for their physical health and obtained innutritious food enabling them to lack warmth causing rough mind, selfishness, untrusting people, being self-unconfident, engrossing games, stealing, damaging public assets, indiscipline and irresponsibility. 2.2 The desired health conditions of the students in the small-sized primary schools revealed that: the needs on the development for the health conditions of the students were in 4 aspects, containing physical health, mental health, social health and Spiritual health conditions.